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Noun
Someone who cons or cheats others
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“That slimy sneak overcharged me for this piece of junk.”
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One who informs someone, especially the authorities, about something
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“The sneak from behind the bicycle shed is preparing his most squalid betrayal of Britain yet.”
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Someone who sneaks or moves furtively
“He was such a little sneak as a child, always hiding behind the stairs and spying on the housemaids.”
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A person who lacks courage
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An unkind, evil or unscrupulous person
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The state of being illegal or against the law
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Preliminary showing
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A person who talks excessively or indiscreetly
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Early showing of entertainment
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An athletic shoe with a soft, rubber sole
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Person who noses around
Verb
To move or go in a furtive or stealthy way
“They stealthily sneak out the back door, not making a sound.”
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To insert or introduce in a stealthy way
“When the moment is right, sneak the topic of a job promotion into the conversation.”
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To bring, take, or put secretly
“So, you know, to sneak someone onto a cruise ship, that would be almost an impossibility.”
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To do something in a stealthy or furtive way
“Quite often, his eyes were fixed on his phone screen, which enabled me to sneak him a glance.”
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To inform an adult or person in authority of a companion's misdeeds
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“Joyce echoes a central convention from the school story where boys never sneak on one another.”
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To crouch or fall down in fear or subservience
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To move somewhere in a slow and steady way
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To insert or introduce in a stealthy way
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To replace one's clothing
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To depart quietly, without being noticed
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To illegally take possession of (especially items of low value)
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To gossip idly
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Investigate or look around furtively in an attempt to find out something, especially information about someone's private affairs
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Adjective
Acting or done surreptitiously, unofficially, or without warning
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“They quickly surrendered after realizing that their sneak attack had failed and that they were now even more vulnerable.”
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